blackstrap molasses


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blackstrap molasses

[′blak‚strap mə′la·səs]
(food engineering)
Syrupy mother liquor left after all economical sucrose has been removed from cane- or beet-sugar juice; used as raw material for butanol, acetone, citric acid, and ethyl alcohol manufacture.
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In 2013, the maximum exports value of Egyptian blackstrap molasses reached LE 26 million compared with LE 2.
Sometimes I take a spoonful of blackstrap molasses because it gives you energy and has B-complex for stress.
The product is a chewy dog treat that features a filling of peanut butter and blackstrap molasses.
She loved cornbread and blackstrap molasses, white gravy, melons, "Amazing Grace.
A plant will be built on the island to produce the bioethanol by fermenting and distilling blackstrap molasses, a byproduct of the sugar refining process.
Foods that have high levels of iron include blackstrap molasses, bran flakes, beef, liver, mussels, chickpeas, soya flour and apricots.
Best of the lot, nutrition-wise, says Havala, is an old standby: blackstrap molasses.
Some iron rich foods to include in your diet are soy beans, artichoke, chick peas, blackstrap molasses, green leafy vegetables, and tofu.
They are those good banana nut and blackstrap molasses muffins remembered from Orleans, Atkinson's shuttered restaurant that is.
tomato sauce 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon cilantro, optional 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon cumin 1/2 teaspoon curry powder 1/2 teaspoon blackstrap molasses 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper Quaker or Mother's oat bran
Widmer also used ingredients traditionally used by Caribbean distillers, like Sweet Barbados and Blackstrap Molasses and palm sugar, topping it off with perfectly-chosen Calypso hops.
Each mill traditionally did its own marketing, selling raw sugar to a few large refineries and blackstrap molasses through commodity brokers.